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October 19, 2016 (LifeSiteNews) – The winner of this year’s presidential election will likely nominate multiple Supreme Court justices, determine whether various government agencies will continue their crackdown on religious freedom, and either increase or decrease funding of America’s largest abortion provider.

The first debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump didn’t touch on the pro-life issue. The life and family issue came up at the end of the second debate when Clinton promised to appoint Supreme Court justices who will “stick with Roe v. Wade and a woman’s right to choose and…stick with marriage equality.”

Trump didn’t mention abortion or same-sex “marriage” but said he is “looking to appoint justices very much in the mold of Justice Scalia…people that will respect the Constitution of the United States.”

During tonight’s third and final debate, there are two questions on many pro-life Americans’ minds: Will FOX ask the candidates about abortion and religious liberty, and if so, will the candidates dodge such questions or answer them directly?

Will Trump re-affirm the pro-life commitments he has made to sign the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act and defund Planned Parenthood? Will he go on the offense as his running mate Gov. Mike Pence did and hit the Democratic Party on its abortion extremism?

Will Clinton praise America’s biggest abortion business, Planned Parenthood, despite its baby body parts trafficking scandal and disregard for women’s health and safety? How detailed and forthcoming will she be on her support of late-term abortion?

Should the pro-life issue come up, Trump will have a unique opportunity to highlight Planned Parenthood’s baby parts scandal and America’s radically pro-abortion laws. He could point out that America is one of only a handful of countries that allows abortion on demand throughout all nine months of pregnancy. He could mention how disgusting it was to watch a Planned Parenthood abortionist munch on salad and sip wine while talking about how she modifies abortions in order to obtain fetal parts to sell.

And, he could talk about why he now calls himself pro-life after being “very pro-choice.”

The last debate is an opportunity for Trump to reassure pro-lifers that he is with us in the fight to end the greatest human rights injustice of our time. Here’s hoping he does it articulately.